If you love sweets, which do you think would be a better option: practicing and developing willpower by keeping a bag of candies in the house but only allowing yourself to eat one a day, or not bringing candy into the house at all to avoid expending your willpower reserves? While this podcast is about marketing rather than dieting, this is a perfect analogy for social media in terms of having apps on our phones and constant easy access. In today’s episode, Gavin McGarry and I take differing stances on this question as part of a conversation that covers social media, various types of groups, the differences between generations, the future of augmented reality, and much more.
Ben Landis and Michael Tetro (who just goes by Tetro) are the founders of Fanbase, a social media technology platform that helps brands and celebrities to massively expand their reach. I’ve used the tool myself and have seen a dramatic increase in my followers, as I’ll explain on the show! Fanbase came about after Ben grew his personal Twitter from 150 followers all the way up to 1.5 million over the course of two years. Together, they’ve helped more than 600 clients gain more than 40 million real followers, and they’re here today to share their advice and strategies with you.
Today's Guest is Joel Comm, an internet pioneer who has been around since the early days of the world wide web. In addition to his work online, Joel is the New York Times bestselling author of over a dozen books, and has recently released a new one: Self-Employed: 50 Signs That You Might Be An Entrepreneur. We discuss the key strategies of marketing, including going viral, storytelling, and the art of providing valuable swag.
Today’s guest, Kim Garst, is one of the world’s most retweeted people among digital marketers, and her site, kimgarst.com, is one of the top social media resources. She’s also a renowned marketing strategist and the bestselling author of Will the Real You Please Stand Up: Show Up, Be Authentic, and Prosper in Social Media. In our chat, Kim discusses the path she took to become the powerful influencer she is today.
Jay Baer is a renowned business strategist, keynote speaker, and New York Times bestselling author of five books. Throughout his career, he has advised over 700 companies (including an impressive 31 of the Fortune 500). These days, he travels the world helping businesses get (and keep) more customers. In this conversation, you’ll learn why it’s important to be nice even -- or especially -- to haters. Jay also shares some brilliant insight into reputation management, particularly if your online reputation is already less than stellar. His other tips and techniques include strategies for building your online community and audience, and being more selective (rather than broad) about who you’re marketing to. Tune in for all this and much more!
John Chow is the original dot com mogul -- as well as being an author, speaker, blogger, father, and entrepreneur. He rocketed onto the blogging scene when he showed the income power of blogging with a case study to see what it would take to make $3,000 a month. In this conversation, John walks us through many of the details involved in how he achieved this overwhelming success. The interview is full of invaluable tips and insights on various aspects of how to succeed in making money online.
Today we're talking to Sean Cannell, who is an avid YouTuber and a cofounder of the popular YouTube channel Video Influencers. As you might suspect, that means he’s an expert on YouTube marketing. He’s the go-to guy if you want to improve your YouTube engagement or deepen your understanding of the platform. We get down to the nitty-gritty on how you can improve your presence on YouTube and Beyond!